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The Camden chronicle. (Camden, Tenn.) 1890-current, June 20, 1890, Image 4

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A Heavy Tax.
MirnT mill Farmer. 1
One of tlio Ix'nvii'st taxos levied
n Ilu farmers of tli country i
imposed 1y poor roads. They
hrnMe the cost, of hauling stuil to
itntl from market because they
double the- number of loads; they
hike the life and energy of the
enm by making it hard traveling,
hard lmlling, and an everlasting
jolting and jerking, well calculated
to make a horse balk; they break
the harness, cause extra wear of it
and keep it soiled with sweat and
mud; they strain, rack, and break
the wagon, necessitating the use of
ii heavier one than would be needed
in a good road, and largely reduce
fhe eriod of its usefulness; they
cause a loss of time by slow travel
jujd frequent break-downs and tax
the pati' :v- as well as the purse.
In fact they are a costly nuisance
which would not be endured if
farmers realized the extent to which
they are taxed by their use an in
jury to everybody and a benefit to
nobody.
Hog Cholera and Rats.
Fiivmers Keview.
A very extensive breeder of
l'oland-China hogs near Lincoln,
Nebr., ran out of corn and bought
n lot of shelled corn from a neigh
bor who had lost all his hogs from
disease, and, therefore, had no use
for his corn. Soon after beginning
to feed it, the man began to lose
his hogs from cholera, and sent for
lh'. killings. On examining the
the corn it was found to be badly
rat-eaten and also that much rat
manure was mixed with it. Dr.
Hillings took, some of this manure
to his laboratory and from it got
the germ of swine plague with
which he produced the disease in
healthy hogs. Hat-eaten com
should be cleansed before being
fed to hogs, and all rat manure re
moved from it.
Jlanhing.
emden Be
nir irt mmmr nm
mi
nnnn
m TU5i pupii.
CAPITAL STOCK, $30,000.
bOAHD OF DIRECTOKS
J. II. runner, IJ. F. Ilatley, W. II. Meadow, Alex. Adams,
V. (1. Hatle.v, .Simon NoLles, A. J. Fanner. A. C. MeKac,
T. 0. Rye, II. F. Btigall, 1). M. Fanner, M. A. Ilatley,
J. A. Simpson. 1). F. Koss, A. R. Curries.
J, II. Farmer, Pri-Hulcnt. II. F. Stigall, Vice-President. A. C McUne, Cashier.
Itecrire deposits, makes loans, and (foes u general bankimj business.
Prompt attention given coiled ions. I : tf.
Hardware and Groceries.
mm
.1. V. TRAVIS, m-Mdeiit.
Ileal Estate, Exchange, '
V.. O. (ii:Ol:iK, Secret;!!!.
C. X. TUAV1S, Treasurer
ALL PJtOPHUTY LISTIil) FUHH!:
THE CAMDEN
SEAL ESTATE EXCHAME
Real estate bought and sold on com-
mission. Taxes and insurance paid.
Titles investigated. Loans negotiated,
and a general Real Estate business
transacted.
WE HAVE JUST OF
AT
BIG SANDY, TEW.,
A law stock of Hardware. Agricultural Implement, and Family Groceries. We carry a uooil
stoclud' Tennessee Wagons, ISoad ('aits, Harness and Flow dear.
ve are litems mr tne w aijkk A. Noon llarvestiiin .Machine, the liest cm tlie market
Our wmmIm will le selil at very reasonable prices, ami we will lie very grateful to the citizens of
lin Sandy ami NurroiimliiiK country for a share of their patronage, prnnitsiu;,' to do as well hy tiiem
COKKESPONDENOE SOLICITED.
Address,
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE,
Camden, Tenn.
1'uhlieatlonn.
l
as anybody.
W IC IIAVH'COMK TO STAY, AM) WANT YOl'K CUSTOM. GIVE IS A TRIAL,
Oar salesman, Mr. J. F. I'ikuck, will always hp glad to wait upon the trade.
Your friends,
YOUNG& NOBLES
J)rg Goods and Xotions.
HEKRIN & BATEMAN,
DRY GOODS AND NOTIOHS.
Clothing, Hats and Caps,
DOTS and SHOES,
and General Merchandise.
SOUTH SIDE I' VII LIC SQUA11E, VAMDEX, TEXXESSEE,
The Largest Berries.
lUurfrecshoro News.
SeYernl of our strawberry grow.
vrs have brought in some very fine
wimples of berries this season, but
the blue ribbon was (alien this
wetk by Mr. M. J. Tarpley, who
I wrought to town thirty-six berries
'that measured a full quart.
In many French villages boards
are set up bearing the following
instructions: "Hedgehog: Lives
upon mice, snails, wire-worms, ani
mals injurious to agriculture.
Don't kill a hedgehog. Toad:
Helps agriculture; destroys twenty
to thirty insects hourly. Don't
kill a toad. Cock-chafer and its
lnrvie : Deadly enemies to fanners ;
lays seventy to one hundj'ed eggs.
Kill the cock-chafer. Birds: Each
department of France loses yearly
many millions of francs through
the injury done by insects. Don't
kill the birds."
I oents for 1
Buckeye Mowers,
I. W. Brill Shoes.
We also carry a line of Staple Groceries.
1 :rm.
Lotterg.
GRAND DRAWING
OK THK
Loteria de la Beneficencia Publica
or THK
State of Zaeatecas, Mexico.
A syndicate of capitalists have seemed the con
cession titr operating this
LOTTERY,
ami will extend Its business throughout the
l imeu iiiaiesHim liimsii America.
I'.elow will he omul a list of the urizes whieli
will he drawn on
JUIsnE 27, 1890,
AT ZACATECAS, MEXICO,
ami continued monthly thereafter.
CAPITAL
150,000.00
Fruit growing fails largely
through lack of intelligence and
care. Timely work is of vast im
portance, and many fruit growers
hate exactness and careful study of
details. The very questions some
fruit growers ask show their ignor
ance. Adherence to old quack
remedies is another sign of ignor
ance. Exchange.'
A Loxdox man in the olden time
is said to have made a fortune by
selling pills that were guaranteed
an infallable specific against an
tarthquake, which the people had
been made to believe was to occur.
Sometimes a good milker of the
beef breeds takes on too much fat.
In such cases very little fattening
food should be fed. A milch cow
ought not to be fat, though she
should not be a skeleton.
A WRITER says that hog cholera
is a disease of filth. Primarily per-
haps it is, at least to some extent.
But it invades the cleanliest of
100,000 Tickets at $10.00; Halvks,
$5.00; Tenths, $1.00; Amekicax Cuu-
KKXt'Y.
LIST OK F1UZES.
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3 1
2 V
5 1
10 1
20 1
200 1
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lo.oim
40,000
45,000
50,000
hoot and Shoemaker
J. W. ARNOLD,
Boot & Shoemaker,
AND :
-SADDLER -
East Side Square, Camden, Tenn
I am prepared to do all kinds of work in my
hue with neatness and dispatch. 1 keep none
hut the very best material, ami mv past work
spcaivK ior usell. Kepamng u specialty. 7:ly
llailroads
TIME CA-IRX).
1 lie fo llowinr time card shows the arrival of
man aim express minis, at Camden, of I he Nash
ville, Chattanooga, and St. Louis liaihvay. In
riieci may , is:ni:
APPROXIMATION FRIZES.
150 I'iii.kh or $150 are
150 Vmlts or loo are
150 l'lfi.r.s or...: 50 are
Otcj Terminal l'm.K of. 50 are
.22,50)
15,000
7,500
2-102
r.24,!l,7)
Club Rates: G Tickets for $50.00.
Special Kates Arranged with Agents.
AGENTS WANTED n.
States and Hritish America.
The iiavment of Prizes is guaranteed lv a spe
cial deposit Of KlVK IllNKllKl) TlKil'S.V.Mt
Iiiii.i.aks with the State government, and
proved hy .lesus Arechia, governor.
Drawings under the ersonal suiH-rvislon of
Lie. Ilcrminio Arteana, who is appointed hy the
government as interveiitor.
"I certify that with the State Treasurer all nec
essary irna'rantees are deposited, assuring full
payment of all prizes of this drawing.
llK.KMINIO AlITKAliA,
Interveiitor."
1. Ml 'OUT A NT.
Remittances must he either hy New York draft,
express or registered letter, American money.
Collections can he made hy express companies or
hanks. Tickets sent direct to management will
he paid hy drafts on New York, Montreal. St.
Paul, Chicago. San Francisco, or City of Mexico.
For further information address
J VAX 1' I ED AD, Manager,
ZccatecaSf 3Ie.rico.
No. 51, mail, west
No. 52, mail, east
No. (a, express, west
No. 54, express, east
run a.
4.2! p
10. 4.1 p
3.41 a
ARE YOU GOING SOUTH
ARE YOU GOING NOItXH?
ARE YOU GOING EAST?
ARE YOU GOING AVE ST?
IK 8(1 TAKK THK
(lmlsvilleand Nashville Railroad.)
axi von win. nr. oakkikh tiikoim;h with
TIIK MAXIMUM OF S V E E D
THE MAXIMUM OF COMFOliT
THE MAXIMUM OF SAFETY
AM)
THE MINIMUM OF RATES
When having tickets lie sine to ask (or and he
certain lliatthey read via. lAinisvide and Nash
vine i.auroao.
c. r. atmokk,
Otmcral Passenger Asent
i.oulsille, Ky,
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This masterpiece by the great French painter. Jnan Francois Millet, was purchased at
auction in Pari last summer by the American Art Association of New York. The cost,
1116 ixw and duties, amounting In all to about I150,''K, was nearly JinOa square Inch, as the
pioture is only 1Hx21 inches in size. This Is the highost price ever paid for a single picture.
A Beautiful Photo Etching, as represented above, the full size of the original. In which the
ffroatest oara and artistio ability have been employed to reproduce all the beauties of the
painting, has been prepared specially to bo scut as a free premium to every annual sub
scriber of the weekly edition of
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A copy of this etching on fine plate paper, 24x28 Inches In size, will ba sent tree,
postage prepaid, to every annual subscriber after November 1, 18S9.
The Weekly Republic, with Premium Picture, SI a Year.
rST Sample copy and premium sheet sent free to any address. Udual commission allowed
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