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i 1 - U 1 IV L U! X ' i - r Vol. XVII. No. (). CAMDKN. TKNN.. Fill DAY. JULY 8, IMS. Whole No. 121 y r r .4' 4 Buggies! Buggies! LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS. A inarriu;v Ueen.-e bus brm i. titled ly Comity Ci'ik G. B. (In t our kol mrrj coys. I li'ive nuulc Hrruf.fi iiiciitfl with the largest uml le.-l i'ijuiiji-l I. ir ry facturj in tho Uuitotl Hts.to to tulvtrtiito nl introilueo tin ir lit.e of Lug jjicH iii lk'ntoii and tuljoijiiup; counties. Very low jiict s uro l'ing riiuli' iu order tlmt overy oms iuti-ruliufc to 1 u y n lutf py niuy bccoiuo iuton'sti-d. 1 CAN SAVE YOU FROM $10 to $25 ON A BUGGY! DOES THIS ATTRACT YOUR ATTENTION? . , ''-. r- . , ! ' 'I ' ' , ' ' 1 ! . REMEMBER I SELL DIRECT FROM FACTORY, SAVING YOU JOBBERS 4 LO CAL DEALERS'S PROFITS! Tho Fourth l!"L:inH'nt'YnnrHHec Volunteers it! bring imi:-frrrd into rvicoat li.oxviIl-. Tin old Vol. unti 'T St.'ito will b- rt'ji( Hriitci in tlio volunteer army by about f,(KH) lii'-u who siu'id i udy to :!i'f;ml our country nihilist tho foreign Coo. Benton County m well represent ed in tlio First Regiment now at San Francisco awaiting IraiiKporta- tioa t) tho Pliilppine- IkLiikIh, and way t tr.it on their voyage ncro.ss OCK fcTVt.hM, UI -jlUNS AND riNldil AUK THK VKKY LATKST ANl IIK.ST. A WRITTEN GUARANTEE ON EVERY BUGGY. Would lw pU'iiHcd to liavi' you call and suo samidcH or write lac. Corrfupond Wife Holicitiid. licfpro iilacing your order gut my prices they will surprise ycu. AdJroR.. J.-, m. DICKUY, CliiiscvUle, Tclh. Such as IMsc Harrows, Disc Cultivators, Corn Drills, Cot ton Planters, aud all kinds of Plows, I and 2 horso. WAGONS. I, have a full line of tho Celebrated Tennessee Wagonu, which; I am selling very low and on easy terms. BUGGIES. Also have a new lino of Buggies, at rock-bottom prices. Call and examine the goods before buying elsewhere. Yonri truly, JAV. BATEMAN. CAMDEN, TENN. QhatHis ... ... i u.jini I ii in mil i in ii ) in i il I .' .''' . . . Twmwn tnninpin idle Lh'.'w Mnrtin, of Wfivorly, to Jo!m Fi-ram nnl Lillian Lewis tftuio ovi r Sunday to vinit Camdi n colonxl. inon,ls- Moulatnc..? A. Arnold, T.C. Hyp, MiKaMttudoSftuiidcrsIjimrt'turn.Ji;. J, Travis, Dora 3IcAnloy and od lioino from h vtnit to friends at J, . Spniccr, llim Fonrl Arnfld Wnverly. Rn,l JIcrsrn. ('. V. Ihwh y and (I ny MijH Mary Mcdill, of Clarks- Hall arc attendu:;.; l!u Clirislinn hnr, in viKitin ber brother, Dr. Il'ndi avor ni'M tit:;; r.t Nashville. Vi. P. JlcOill. I Others will go toliy and to-morrow Mr. Ales Livens, of tho Huret- others Sunday. burgh Iii.suef li p-ni3iu a few days! Sir. II. II. Anderson left a bunch wun iionieioiks. oi winicr oau wun r.a a lew oays ju, Pacific next week. Lnli.slrd Mr. John Fryer nnd family, of ' un'1 11 Iiri a Coa M 0bapiain 0f tlm re-imenl with Manlyville, visited relatives hero of attention. The oats nro riini- 0f cap;aia j.. i;fv. h J. tho first of tho week. fme, and tho ningle buili co'ntdns o Camden. Camden ia Mrs. J. 1). Lowles and three chil- ,ver11'f W,;U veloiH.l head, lie a,0 Itipi,,KOUtc(1 in Cor.,j.any 1 by drcn, of IJic Sandy, are visiting her nls 1, ft,n nuich ?f ,nir3 Euno Travis, Villio IU.bins and mother. Mra. W. P. Morris. gathered the week provioxw. Loo (J(,01-Kf, Suml r Mr. S. S: Clayton, of Bertram!. J"st beto.rP GinS to WCPf! Jftst N-nted in Comny I by LonCar- Mo., came in tho first ; of tho week w.oknnacciileatoccnrre.linilsov. away, Ernie Eowl.3 and Jimmio to visit relatives and frienda cral nrticles wero eft out, as it was Hose.,. Lriws.ri Beaton, of Fnloo, , n too latt; to renet tho matter. 11ns Kufus As!cew, of the ninth dictrict, nil. uuu iuir. jnnu iAium.ii ui I t i -i 1 . , ,x , , . n J explanation is duo our correspond- Andrew Dowdy, of near Bi 7;" " ents at Lva and Smith'8 College, dv. lik! Will Brower. of north of whoSO lettorS WerO included in tho 1 fmilrm nm nl,-,n mnr.ihnm nf f!nm. r rt n t i 11 1 .., v.. ... w iurs. ynuna i resson reiurneu ncci(lent .and in ustico to the lat- nv T i. l. i- it-j 11) IK 1 IhL Wri'fc 1)1 H V h L It 1 IT 1. . 1. , 1 ,., L'.... it r i . -r i f t t t tVt t ,,ui,uu"' " li" wiuitn wiu-u waiter jjyncn, or uamaen, on- bou, in i. u. x-. x lubhou, i xjir. jcttcr in part tins week, onultins MUf.-vl in Hi1Wv rnVn n,l Ex-Sherift Walter II. Bushing, tho local notes that have no inter- h9 presumably afloat to tho Philip- of lig handy, was shaking hand est because of date. Diuo lead's with tho tliiixl exno- with Camden friends this week. A large crowd was iu town last dititiou, which sailed from San Kcv. Mr. Watts, of Enloc, deliv- J Monday. The irrepressible horso- Francisco lmt week. erod a good sermon at tho Metho- swapper was counpicr.or.s for his Sol Atchison, of Big Sandy, is dist Church Wednesday ovening. absence, and the man who knows with tho Third Regiment Tennes- Tho family of Mr. A. J. Fuller jail about the war and can givo a boo Volunteers, now encamped at havo returned from an extended Castilliau pointers on pronouncing Cluckamauga Park. visit to relatives and friends at Spanish names was conspicuous Tom Farmer, enlisted in regular tlioir old homo in Indiana. for his presence. A notablo feat- infantry, while in Texas, is at San We havo been reoucstcd to state uro tn0 av WftS tlio candidate. Francisco awaiting transportation that those who left plates at tho n wa9 everywhere, and his lively to tho Philippine Islands. court-houso Monday evening, caniUto tBl 1 ""n-"- ponucui tiuuuui uui-y xiuuuiy i wun vuiunw find them at the storo of Mr. G. W. cnthusiasm of theso who are Eoosevelt's Bough Riders, who Arnold J watching tho skirmish tor a place havo astonished and aroused tlio i tt 11 t i n -iv iu tho ranks of the victors on tho admiration of the world by their c t i ii -it i' I first Thursday in August heroic charges and capture of stra- nf ihn KrLhi nf Tho Lexington district confer- gotic positions in tho American at- Pythias entertainment hero Mon- euce convenes at Saltiilo on July 8 tack on Santiago de Cuba Friday day evening. The flotorial convention for this the sixteenth flotorial district, will meet at Camdon Tuesday, July 19, to nominate a Domocratic candi date for floater. CastoiaislD;SamueIJlPitclle,sJpcscriI)tIon foi Infants d'CMldrcnTllt contains"iicitLiciOpium,' MorphinQ nor lherNarcotic substance.' It is 'a harmless substitute for Paregoric,1 Drops, 'Soothing' Syrups and Castor Oil. It ' is v Pleasant. " Its guarantee is thirty years' use by Millions of Mothers. Castoria is tho Children's Panacea -tho Mother's Friend. fie KM You Have Always Bought BEARS THE SIGNATURE OF ASSESS? THE CCNTAUH COMNNV, TT MURRkV TrrT. NIW VOBK CIT. . L.tju.j Hi,, nW Li i mampi m n i i ' r t 1 tt I -' "-"""'' t-pmvti-tt-.!xmi-1 - ii'miwMWrwjwn 9 HjWW. to 10 inclusive. Quito a company and Saturday of last week. from Camden circuit, including They are all Benton County boys, Rov. T. F. Casou, Rev. A. C. Mc- and they have the best wishes of the Rae, lion. W. L. Morris, Hon. J. people of tho county. Wo say this A. Clement, Messrs. II. F. Stigall, advisedly, notwithstanding the iu- O. II. Cowoll and A. G. McDaniel siuuationsxnade at one time against wont to Johnson villa veeterdav and the Camden boya by the Big Sanely The normal is in progress this tu steamer Ed-ar Cherrv Visitor. Wo known the people of. week, with a fairly good attend- for &Uill lho proprietor Gf that Big Sandy, und right here we take anco. 1 rot. o . a. iaoer, oi iiunt- GxcenQnt gteamer having made re- first notice of the uncalled for m- mgdon, dehverod a lecture botoro jUC0(j ratea. tq conference will sinuations, and wish to assure the tho teachers Wednesday afternoon. U.Q j. in t10 0f i0V- jt jj boys that they were merely the va- The Moriis Chapel and Glendalo Weaver, a former pastor here. j poriugs of a caloric iudividual and debating clubs will discuss the sub- DRnito the rqin in the afternoon not express the sentiment of ject, "Resolved, That war is more ih bH installntion of officers bv the god PeoPle of tbat community, 1 1 t ' il J -5i.l - "l l .11 "I A 1 1 J 1 . 1 uostructivo man intemperance, ai iaviinm T.nnvfl Knio-bts of Pvthias wuo 1001 au mteresc in an tne ooys, Cowoll'sChapeHo-morrowevoning. M i all-round ndtaiio their pluck, applaud their For the affirmative, Bertram Sar- Lucc The installation was pre- Patr'8m' au vv mect re" rett,C. 11. ivennon ana iii. j. vice; ce0(ej t,y a plentiful display of turning iierces witua weicomeiiancu negauvo..-ounson, v.unua. k t Roman cauJles and fire. 1 TT T1 TTl 1 I ' nery ana u. u uuoy. crackers, which illuminated the! The county Domocratic commit- town on all sides. Tho beautiful By virtue of the power in us FLOTKKIAL CONVENTION CALLED. WANTED AGENTS. "Tlio Con.cdorate Soldier in the Civil War," ml.alii W paj?ea 12x10 inche.s, and over 1,100 larfo ItHtlln Scunos, rortraits. Maps, etc. The j'n'jitcst and larfiest War llook ever iiubllshed, ami the only one that does Justice to the Oonfed- rte sohlier und the causo he (out-lit lor. Agent! wauled everywhere to sell this hook on our uew and easy plan. Many of the lady and Kentleineii Hreiits who are at wi k are makin; from ) to $ .do per inontH. Veterans, Sons and Daughters of veterans, and others Interested are requested 1,0. send for a beautiful Illustrated descriptive cir ieuiar (free) and terms to agents. Address Con rer-Journiil Job ri intin Co., Louisville, Ky. K V If i it AGENTS WANTED FOKTIIK LIFB OF WILLIAM E. GLADSTONE, Ll..0F TBI MILD OR OUR SAVIOUR IN ART. Cost over f 100,000 to publish. Contains nearly i ' i full -inure eiK'idviiip'.s of our Saviour, by tlio ."e-it- inasteis- lively picture is reproduced from ,! fainoim liauitiiiK. Agents are taking from ' 1 1 !! t-o twenty orders per day. The book Is so i ' tut Hi it when people see It they want it. Mln I II OLANCK AT T1IK 11CTUHKS f n ul I 1P.AKS TO MY 1CVKS," says one. i ii in (I i 0 hrt week's work with the book," ...... s iinoi her- "home iig-grde man or woman i '. "l eliui ch standing should secure tho agency l a oi'f "says evei y editor. "as frjohcan soon , t ,' I 1 It s; orders for it.'1 Also a man r .,. t.t i. xiii soeial iinKitmn can secure position i of tins territory to devote all their t - Li (Miiploviug and drill'mg agents and ctne v 1'ieiii. Address for full particulars i' r, i-.i.iiKii, uihiilier, m JMUihisan Ave- (Ik ), 'i- tee held an important mooting here and impressive ceremony of install- vested, as the fioterial committee Monday. There was a full attend- jnr, tho officers took place in the men for this the sixteouth fioterial ance, and the meeting was a most county court room at the court- district, composed of tho counties enthusiastic one. Tho committee house, in which not even standing of Benton, Decatur and Henry, we is active and alert, and excellent room wag t0 be had. The follow- hereby call a delegated convention reports wero made to Chairman JL im officers wero duly installed, to- to meet at the courthouse in Cam- - . -. - i - i D. Odle, who is taking a lively in- wit: gt poeior chancellor com- den, Benton County, Tenn., at 12 terest in tho campaign. mander ; E. E. Fry, vice chancellor; o'clock, Tuesday, July 19, 1893, for The Republicans met in mass- T. F. Cason, prelate; E. L. Hudson, the purpose of nominating a Dem- convention here last Monday and master of exchequer; Claude Hud- ocratic candidate for floater, for BY JOHN CLARK KXOTATtt, LL. . 01Wt UWotoa a. of.fmwl t.hfl mi. fnooW.nfnmo 'Ci W TTnltll- UnM fintovial ,TL(t 'Wtn nmii ioL,lki4if..l neati (it lltuL'tlltl n if I ' ' 'I modem times. brilliant geniusand remark- bematonal convention, to be held inner guard; J. R. Hudson, outer! This July Gin, lb9d. ami iriiii nihiisuW; iii Miiniiiceut trinmpiiB in J at Nashville August 17, and to tho J guard. Delightful music was an S. L. Peeleu, siieeches, striking iiicidi'its, personal anecdotes, Congressional convention, to bo enjoyable feature of the evening. Committeeman for Benton County, etc. Many superh phototype engravings. Over I . . . , . . . . I . , (wo pages., only Splendid canvassing out I held at Parsons J uly 5.O. lnedoi- At the conclusion, those present tions are sent free for :ir, cents in stamnstocover egates to these conventions will go were invited to partake of cake and postage. Most liberal terms guarateed. Twenty 0 r days credit. Freight paid. Agents making SO to unillStrUCted. ICO Cream, which Was served DV a wansiM'S as everybody The little child of Mr. nnd Mrs. bevy of charming and beautiful la- ' MONKok wk cA. Department ni p j O'Reilly died Tuesday after- dies. While tho irowd was large, ' noon. Tho child was very sick last in fact the gallant knights wero as- MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISING. md ag bo gome tonislied ftt the great oulp0uring Jm tms hca(l better until Sunday it. grew worse, on account of the inclemency of the rlTED-Trustworthv ami act.vo -ctie- and died a painful death Tuesday, weather, but the preparations tor T meii or i.uues 10 rravci lor resionsiin,cs- rr, , TO 1 1 in ni tablished bouse in Tennessee. Monthly ?',r,ajd Tho roniaiUS Were laid to rest at expenses. I'osition steady. Kefcrenee. Knclose si i ri 1 -xr l,1, scif-addressed stamped envelope. Tim Dmi- Camden Cemetery on Wednesday. 1011 company, Lepaiimcm it., uiuca.o. Ton 1 tl oilici printing Is one of tho depaj'tmppts oi litis We want your orders. Wo join in extending sympathy to tho bereaved parents. handling the crowd wero perfect, and all partook liberally of the re freshments, which had been pro vided in abundance. T. L. Fryeh, Committeeman for Henry County. J. II. BiiAY, Committeeman for Decatur County. Stop that barking by the use of Coussen's Honey of Tar. It arrests tho cough, allays irritation of tho throat, and relievos congestion of the lungs in a day. It is safe and pleasant to take, and never disap points. 25 and GO cents. Sold by j J . G. P reason.