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Vol. XIX. No. 10.
CAMDEN. TENN.. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBEIt 29, 1809.
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FRY DRUG COMPANY,
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Toilet poles, per ruoerjj, Soaps a Druggists' Sunflpies
East Side Public Square, CAMDEN, TENN
Everything is. New, Pure li Fresh.
PHESCRIPTION3 ACCURATELY COMPOUNDED AT ALL HOURS DAY AND NlCHT.
enion seminary.
OPENS FOR TERM OF TEN MONTHS SEPTEMBER I I, 1899.
Faculty W. D. Cooper, principal; Miss Bettie Whitfield, assistant; Miss
Ivie Cheek, instrumental. music; Guy Hall, vocal music; U. A. Potts, teleg
raphy.
Course of Htndy practical, comprehensive, and thorough, including English,
classics, and mathematics. Modern and npproved methods of instruction.
Healthy locality. Building largo, comfortable and convenient. Loard very
chaan in the Lest of families. For further information address
W. D. COOPER,
Camden, Texixv Principal.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS.
CAMDEN.
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NEW GREAT SYNDICATE
English & American Shows.
.
TRAVELS
ON
ITS OWN
SPECIAL
RAILROAD
TRAINS.
A Grand Display of Arenic Talent
AND RARE ZOOLOGICAL COLLECTION.
Rare and Costly Wild Beasts from Remote Countries and Troupes
cf Wonderfully Trained Domestic Animals, btupendu
oua aggregation of Noted Male and Female
Performers in Startling Feats
of Skill & Daring.
Funny Clowns to Make You Laugh.
Highly Educated Ponies and Dogs in Novel Performances. New and
Exclusive reatures JN ever been Isetore.
DAY
ONLY.
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CAMDEN, fr"5?7
Two Performanees at 2.00 and 8.00 p. m. Doors open 1 hour earlier,
"razor flxlo Brease ilppiip
Keliaule persons of a mechanical or Inventive mind
desiring a trip to the 1'iiris Kjtiositiou, with good
alary and expenses pMd, should write
The l'A llJS I llijCOJ.il, Baltimore, Md.
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11" VI M ' V . 1
I ' SWM TWICE Af I
. AS ANY OF Hp1
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Quarterly court meets here next
Monday.
Terrell Travis ppont a few days
at Wuverly layt week.
Hon. W. L. Morris is spending u
few days in Nashville.
Miss Mahlo Maiden is visiting
relatives at lig Sandy.
Eula Hudson and Tom Parmer
went to Wyly yesterday.
Stigall &, Pott's nw brick block
continues to rise skyward.
11. L. Bridges has been very sick
since Wednesday morning.
About thirty joined the excur
sion here yesterday to Nashville.
U. A. Potts went to Eva yester-
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uav to repair tne leierutone line.
The first frost of the season ap-
eared here Wednesday morning.
Mrs. Nannie Waggoner and chiL
dren, of Plant, are here on a visit.
Miss Elella Presson is spending
a few weeks with relatives at Gar
field.
Mrs. W. P. Morris is spending a
few days at Big Sandy with rela
tives.
J. G. Presson is building a two
room addition aud remodeling his
dwelling.
We congratulate Jack Fuller on
the arrival of a new daughter at his
home Mouday.
Miss Blanche McElyea, of Plant,
is the guest of Misses Bertha and
Zula McElyea.
Berry Hubbs and family, of Hol
low Rock, visited relatives here the
first of the week. -
The friends of Mrs. M. V. John
son will be pleased to learn that she
was better yesterday.
O. C. Hudson will build an ad
dition and make extensive improve
ments on his dwelling.
Chancery court is in session as
we go to press. Complete proceed
ings will be given next week.
Alma Fry and charming daught
ers, Misses Ada and Belus, of Cox
burgh, were -in the city yesterday.
C. V. Hawley aud Sheriff E. E.
Fry took Val Johnson to the State
hospital for treatment Wednesday.
Mrs. Sara Flowers, of Nashville,
came down Friday to spend a few
weeks with relatives and friends
Jasper McKelvey says that he
has pulled 2,500 binds of fodder
this season without the assistance
of any one.
Frank Pafford steps lighter and
laughs louder since the arrival of a
new daughter at his home Wednes
day morning.
Miss Ivie Cheek, who is making
her home with the family of W. A.
Lashlee, pronounces their new pi
ano a fine instrument.
W. II. Meadows went to Waverly
Friday, returning Mouday. His
daughter is very ill vith typhoid
fever, we regret to learn.
Mrs. C. T. Brecheen joined her
husband at the bedside of his sis-
ler, at Clarksburg Saturday, who
is very sick. Mrs. Brecheen came
home Monday. Mr. Brecheen ac
companied her and returned to his
duties at Memphis Tuesday.
John H. Harper, a former citi
zen of Camden, but who is now a
resident of Nashville, is spending
a few days here with relatives and
old friends. Fox years Mr. Harper
was engaged here in the laudable
occupation of "training young ideas
how to nhoot," and no doubt ther
-a tu:tr,.i --r ht-n who often aso-
V. r liiirtirT nd l'oe old Vrit
J. F. Pierce and family have re
turned to their homy at Jacknon
after nn enjoyable visit with rela
tives and friends in old Benton.
Hopewell Presbytery of the Cum
berland Presbyterian Church is in
session at Big Sandy. A number
from here will go down Sunday.
They say that the moon governs
the tide, but wo have observed re
cently that those who are not tied
are the only people affected by it.
After RnendiiiLr several weeks
with relatives and friends at this
place; Mrs. Cora Atchison has re
turned to her home at Big Sandy.
Rev. I. li. Hubbs is spending a
few weeks here with horuefolks aud
friends. Mr. Hubl)s is pastor of
the Methodist Episcopal Church,
South, at Boulder, Mont.4, where he
has been doing a good work for
about three years. He says they
have already had heavy frosts and
several flurries of suow in his State.
Walter Kirk, a prisoner in the
county jail, made his escape last
Friday while Mrs. Fry, wife of
Sheriff E. E. Fry, was giving the
prisouers dinner. There is a de
fective lock on the door leading to
the jail corridor, aud it is custom
ary to confine the prisoners in a
cell when entering the jail. Kirk
had concealed himself in the cor
ridor, and when Mrs. Fry opened
the door he overpowered her and
made his escape. But his liberty
was of short duration. Sheriff Fry
was not at home when Kirk made
lis escape, but as soon as he re
turned and learned the facts from
his wife he immediately offered a
reward of $25 for the capture of
Kirk, aud every post-office in this
and adjoining counties were soon
nformed of the escape of the pris
oner aud the reward offered. Kirk
was captured Saturday night in the
ourteenth district of this county
by W. H. Crabb and son, Dorsey
Crabb, who at once brought him
down and received the reward of
fered by Sheriff Fry.
CONFEDERATES, ATTENTION.
On Thursday, October 5, 181)0, at
the grove between Camden depot
and the section houses near Cam
den th reunion of the ex-Confederate
soldiers will be held.
Everybody is in vited to come and
bring a basket well-tilled. with good
things to eat.
Music will be furnished on the
occasion by the Claud Hudson Con
cert Band. Speeches will be made
by several eloquent orators.
Come one, come all, and let us
lave a good time.
This .September 28, 1809.
.A. C. McRae,
J. G. Robins, President.
Secretary.
CUT. I.KON VAHAWAY.
R. G. Hudson has just added to
his stock a complete line of grocer
ies, such as Bacon, Lard, Sugar,
Coffee, Flour, Canned Goods, etc
Call on him when in search of bar
gains.
Best Brand Flour "White Rose"
at R. G. Hudson's; only 60 cents a
sack. Try it.
Choice line of Cigars, Tobacco,
etc., kept always on hand, at R. G.
Hudson's.
Bacon, Lard, Flour, Sugar, Soda,
Coffee, etc., just received at R. G.
Hudson's.
Fresh Cabbage, Apples, Grapes,
Bananas, Cheese, Onions, Bologna
Sausage, at R. G. Hudson's. Call
and see him.
A nice line of Fancy Candies at
R. G. Hudson's.
Our esteemed friend, Capt. R. A.
Luter, of Big Sandy, sends us the
following letter from Capt. Leon
Caruway, dated at Iloilo, P. I., Sep
tember 0, 1899:
"Dear Bob At last, the fickle
goddess, Fortune, has smiled upon
'yours truly,' and the shoulder
straps of a captain grace his manly
shoulders. I trness vou knew of
the promotions in the First before
I did. I was sworn in as captain
by Colonel Childress to the com
mand of company I, which was ex
actly to my liking.
"I have been actually in com
mand of the company since Juno
1G, as Captain Givens has been re
cruiting his couipany (D) of the.
Thirty-seventh U. S. Army Volun
teers. I could have cotten in this
regiment, -and Major Cheatham,
who superintended 1'he rrecruiting
in the First Tennessee, held a place
open for me a week or ten days af
ter I told him I wouldn't accept,
and rather insisted on my staying
with him.
"I have been in the Philippine
Islands as long as I care to stay,
and so I did not feel kindly toward
accepting a captaincy in the Thirty-seventh
U. S. Army Volunteers.
No more of these islands for me.
"There is no fighting on this is
land now, nor has there been in ,
mouth. Colonel Childress in com
mand of a detachment of 60 men,
of which there was a platoon from
company I (myself in command),
marched out to Otou, 8 miles with
in the insurgent's territory, August
4 for the purpose of making a re-
connoisance. We saw no insur
gents that is, we were not attack
ed. - We made this march of 10
miles in a blinding rain storm and
through mud and water, and you
may bet I was happy when we ar
rived back at Iloilo.
" Well, old boy, I think we will
be on our way home before this
reaches you, no you can write me
at 'Frisco when you hear that we
have' sailed. All the boys from
home are well. Give my regards
to all the boys and friends.
"Very truly,
Leon Cakaway.
MARKIAOK LICENSES.
Marriage licenses have been is
sued by County Clerk G. B. Greer
to Allen Wynn and Ada Akers, S.
T. Arnold and Mary Scott, Alviu
Duvall and Isabella Hardin, Brad
en Holland aud Oia Bevel.
SCHOOL BOOKS.
k
We have a full supply of all the
school books adopted excepting Ad
vanced Physiology. Come at once
aud avoid the rush.
Phillips Ghocery Co.,
Camden, Tenu.
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fa': Ctx&fw, St Imlth t Ye?,
a rut bchoolb days.
actions of thr-ir i Get your blanks printed at Tue
I Chuokicle o2ke.
The Decatur County Bank was
granted a charter Saturday; capital
stock, $25,000. The incorporators
are J. England, J. E. McCall, H. E.
Grapper, It. Smith and E. J. Tim
berlake. .
I want to buy stave and cross-tie
timber in the woods. Parlies hav
ing such will do well to see me be
fore closing out with others.
18-26 R. L. Bridges.
Ax exchange says a man named
Corn was married to a woman nam
ed Wheat, at Creston, and the choir
stunned the audience by singing
"What Shall the Harvest Be."
Nubbins, xf cutv.

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