Farm and Garden Nojes.
Uiidcidruiniii in ti good invest
ment. l'lant carefully to gfttlior nbuiul
untly. Fight stock vermin and plant
Oats ii ml pons grown logelhor uro
called "ham sandwiches" for stock.
On sandy soils, that letich badly,
t'l'l'b' ho iii'umro directly to the
It is nn unprofitable hired man
who objects to working between
Is there any fun in tilling 2 acres
lo get the profits of one? There is
no profit in ii
Never prune a tree unless there
is a good reason why a limb or
branch should bo taken of?.
re sure to raise such crops as
your market demands. There is
no profi t in a lot of unsalable truck.
In buying poultry for breeding
yet those of a good quality. It does
not pay to use poor fowls as breed
ers. After you have brushed the udder
clean, milk the cow as fast as you
can, and milk her clean to the last
Owing to the sacrifice of breed
, ing stock, some are predicting bet
ter prices for beef in the near
The best plan is to set a stake by
every tree in setting out, and then
tie firmly to prevent the wind from
Clean up the fence corners, burn
the rubbish and put the ashes on
. the land; they will do good there;
the rubbish may sow the seeds of
Wire netting makes a splendid
fencing for poultry durable and
ornamental. It costs more than
lath, but lasts for years and does
not require repairs.
Are your tools ready for work?
If not take the first rainy day to
get your cultivator in shape, or the
mower and rake fixed up so you
will be ready for the corn and hay.
Never allow lice to get the start
of you. Whitewash, often and keep
plenty of dust around. Use kero
sene occasionally on the roosts.
Don't set too many hens near each
The mild winter leaves a surplus
of hay. Don't be too fast to get
rid of it at the present low prices.
Better wait till the stock is out on
good grass. Time enough then to
dispose of the hay.
How alxmt your tool box? Have
you some carriage bolts, assorted
sizes and lengths. Some copper
rivets as well as nails and screws in
it? It will often pay many times
over to have these handy.
Hints About Washing.
Orchard and Garden. 1
A handful of borax to 10 gallons
of water will whiten the clothes
without injuring them. When this
is used only about half a much soap
will be needed. A table-spoonf ul of
turpentine, added to the water in
the boiler just before putting in
the clothes, is by some preferred
to borax for whitening. Silk hand
kerchiefs should be washed with
fine white soap in lukewarm water,
and rinsed two or three times
in clear water without blueing.
They should not be allowed to get
very dry before ironing. Black
stockings should be washed in
strong salt water, then in a weaker
solution, and rinsed in clear water.
To wash corsets, scrub with a clean
brush, using soap and a little am
' monia and rinsing thoroughly.
Fruit stains will disappear if boil
ing water be poured upon them at
once. Old fruit stains should be
wet with a solution of hyposulphite
of soda, with, pulverized tartaric
acid, afterward washed out in clear
water. To remove grass stains,
rub them thoroughly with butter
and spread in the sun for three or
, four hours before washing. Lemon
ON HuturJuy, tho 7th Jnj of Juno, lb'.M,
ut t lie cast door of tlin court Loiiho,
in tlio town of Cunuleji, I will offer for
sale, to the highest bidder, two town
lots situated and dcf.eribed as lulu Now.
11) and o'i in the (dim of said town, mi 1
belonging to tho entitle of W. L Uartlev
deceased. They will be sold for distri
bution of piocerds and will be more fully
de..erilHd on day of m.
Tkkms : On u credit of six and twelve
months, except a Miilicient nmount of
cash to ay the State and county tax.
court cost, and attorney fees. The pin--dinner
will be required to give a note
with approved security and a lien will
bo" retained for tho purchase monev.
This May 13, 181)0.
A. 0. McRae,
4 :lt. Clerk and Commissioner
T. M. Mx'se vs. 13. F. Bbevakd and
J M. Kick.
BY virtue of a venditioni exponas in
my hands, issued by W. C. Benton,
clerk of the circuit court of Beuton
County. Teun., I will ou
Saturday, the 14th day of June,
expose to public sale to the highest bid
der, for cash, at the court house door,
in Camden, Term., a certain tract of land
lying in the thirteenth civil district of
Benton Countv and bounded as follows,
to wif : On the east bv the Tennessee
Liver; south, J. O. Britt; west, B. F.
Brevard ; and on the north, B. F. Bre
vard. The same was condemned and or
dered to bo soldbv the circuit court of
Benton County at the April term, 1800,
to satisfy a judgment in favor of 1. M
Muse and against B. F. Brevard and J
M. Rice for the sum of $ 11 1.25, together
with interest and cost, etc., amounting
in all to $188.08.
This May 9, 1890.
W. H. Bushing,
W. Caraway vs. J. H. McDaniel,
BY virtue of a venditioni exponas in
mv hands, issued by W. C. Benton.
clerk of the circuit court of Benton
Countv, Teun , I will, on
Saturday the 14th day of June,
expose to public sale to the highest bid
der, for cash, at the court house door in
Camden, Tern., the .one-seventh undr
vided interest of J. II. McDaniel in all
the lands of A. McDaniel, lying in the
ninth civil district of Benton County,
described as follows, to wit: 1U0 acres
bounded on the north by Beaton ; south
by McDaniel ; on the east by Graham ;
and on the west by Melton ; and also CO
acres bounded on the north by Barnes;
south, by Holland; east, by Beaton; and
on the west by Big Sandy River. Said
lands were condemned and ordered to
be sold bv the circuit court of Benton
County at the April term, 1890, to sat
isfy a judgment in favor of W. Caraway
and against J. H. McDaniel for the
sum of together with interest and
all cost amounting in all to 08.18.
This Mav 9, 1890.
W. H. Rcshtxg,
3 -A. Sheriff.
juice will tnke ink stains from
white goods; while lemon juice and
salt will usually remove iron rust.
A little borax in the water will
keep red table cloths and napkins
from fading. To wash babies'
crotched or knitted sacques, socks,
etc., use corn starch, rubbing the
articles just as you would if wash
ing with water and they will soon
look clean and white.
How to Save Money.
Experience has shown that some
system is absolutely necessary to
induce a large proportion of the
persons of moderate means to lay
aside a part of their incomes.. The
smaller the income, the greater, of
course, is the tempation to spend
it all in order to supply wished-for
comforts of life. When money
saving means a denial of some
creature comfort, some equivalent
for the denial must be presented
clearly to view. The naturally fru
gal spy out this equivalent for them
selves. But there are so many who
are noj; by nature frugal; and it is
for them that a system must be de
vised The most efficient system of this
kind should combine three things:
(1) An easily perceived induce
ment to save; (2) regularity in lay
ing aside the savings; (3) as much
compulsion as may be in enforcing
the economy. These conditions
are best fulfilled by the form of
co-operation known as the " build
ing and loan association."
Sum,' iiimiiiIi iii'iiT wllli Tiik si n's (minimis
illMIIII IHCM 111UI UIIIC.N, (UNI ilium' 'ftl)tir unlit,
but evervhodv likes lo p-t hold of tin tevsi:i(ier
.. i i i. i .". . .i. i i i r....:.l ... I I in
WHICH IS IICVLT Ullll llllll III'M I Ull.llll HI aM'lll II
Democrats Know thai for twenty years ink
Si n has fmid.t In the front line for nciiiciciatlc
nrinciplcs, never wavering or weakening In it
lovalilv to the true interests of the party II serves
with l'ca less intelligence and disinterested vitror.
Al liincx opinion have diilered as to the best
niemis oi niTcoiitiiini!ii?i; inr riMiunnii iui m- ,
it is not Tiik Si n's lault If it has seen further
Into I iie millstone.
Eighteen hundred and ninety In the year that
will probably detennine the result of the l'rcsl-
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VICTory III l.W IS a oinv, mm ine nc j;iiiiiiiik "
is'ki is 1 ne nest unit' 10 sian out in company nun
if. .. n u . 1 r
1 II I'. Flil.
Dailv.ni'r month 6o.r.o
Dailv, per year 0.n
Sunday, nei vear 2. no
Daily aim Minii.ty, per year
llnilv iinil Knnilav. ner month 0.70
Weekly Sun. one year 1 .00
Loteria dc la Beneficencia Publioa
State of Zacati-cut, Me.rico.
A syndicate of capitalists have secured the con
cession for operating this
and will extend Its business throughout the
VJniled States and liiitish Columbia.
ISclow will be found a list of the prizes which
will be drawn on
CTUiTE 34, 1890,
AT ZACATECAS, MKXICO,
and continued monthly thereafter.
100,000 Tickets at $10.00; Halves,
$5.00; Tenths, $1.00; American Cur
LIST OK PRIZES.
1 Prize of $lii0,Kt is ...
1 l'lll.K ok 50,IKHI is...
1 I'hi.k oir L'r.,000 Is...
3 riuzKS of 10,1100 are .
2 rui.K.s of
5 l'KI.KS OF
10 l'IM.KS OF
20 I'UI.H.S OF
200 l'lll.K.S OF
.100 1'KIZKS OF
000 1'IUZKS OF
ft, ikio are .
2,X) are .
J, ooo are .
5(io are .
200 are .
150 are .
100 are .
1!V) I'HIZF.S OF $1.10 are $22,. WO
1.7) l'liizF.s of loo are lfi.ooo
150 I'lilZKH OF no air 7,500
DUO Terminal 1'iuzes of. 60 are 4!i,y,V)
6 Tickets for $50.00.
Special Rates Arranged with Agents.
AGENTS' WANTED ! :;y town jm.
Slates and liritish America,
VI t J 111 Ulu I'HIUU
I'lie navmeiit of 1'nzes is iniaranteod by a sie-
eial deposit of Fivk HuNintKO Tnot'S.M
iioi.i.akh wiin me Mate iiovernineni, aim ai
proved hy .lesus Areciiiga, uoyernor.
iirawmti.'s imuer me. personal supervision in
Me. llerniinio Arteaua. who is appointed by the
government as interventor.
" 1 certify that with the State Treasurer all nec
essary guarantees are deposited, assuring full
payment ui an pn.es u mis maw inn.
XlKl.JUMU A UTr.Ad A,
Remittances mmt be either hy New York draft.
express or registered letter. American money.
Collections can be made by express companies or
banks, tickets sent direct to management will
he paid by drafts on New York, Montreal, St.
l am, i mcauoi han f rancisco, or my oi .Mexico.
I'or further information address
JUAN l'lEIiAl), Manager,
3:ly Zacatecas, Mexico.
ONE-HALF Interest in portable saw-mill: 1S
lioise power engine, wheat anil corn mill at
tached; 12 acres land and 3 dwellings oitsame.
Situated on Harmon Creek, 4 miles north of Eva
Station. Nice locution; tine timber; good water.
Firm known as G. Hollands.- Son. Terms: one
half cash, ballance i and 12 months. For partic
ulars apply to, or address
.1. A. CLEMENT.
L. L. HAWKINS.
CLEMENT 4 HAWKINS.
Attorneys at Law,
Will pvM.ctine !. a!! the rourts of Kent.".:; County
and the supreme court of Tennessee. Collection's
a specialty. &;iy.
Dlt. It. B. TltAVIS,
OFFICE AT J. E. TOTTY'S DUUG STOI5E, .
S. L. PEE LEU,
Attorney at Law,
OFFICE AT THE COURT-HOUSE.
Will give careful attention to all business en
trusted in mv rsiie. Collections H specialty
Also insurance agent for Knoxville and other
good conianies. iuy
E. O. GEOllGE,
Attorney at Law,
win iii-iiiIIpo in ull tlm roiivts of Rentiin nd
adjoining counties anil In the Supreme Court of
Tennessee, npeciai aiienuon given couecnuns
"Ve are prepared to do all kinds
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